Ahuwhenua Trophy finalists Pouarua Farms are farming a large block of peat soil in Hauraki Plains using minimal cultivation techniques, investing in carbon sinks, retiring poor-performing land and diversifying land use to best look after their whenua (land) – which they’ve only recently got back. Sheryl Haitana reports. Hauraki iwi who went through years of...
Unsurprisingly on dairy farms between 40-50% of staffing hours are spent milking cows. However, a...
By Sheryl Haitana Land use and drainage management of drained peat soils in the future...
By Stuart Davison The 2021-22 New Zealand dairy season started very quietly while the global...
Working practices of the Wallace family on their Northland farm were the subject of a...
By Anne Lee Ryegrass is at the very heart of grazing management and pasture renewal...
Adapting systems used to provide clean drinking water almost eliminates methane from dairy effluent. Anne...
By Kate Taylor It’s never too early to start thinking about succession, even when the...
The Scheres family wish they had bypassed sharemilking and cut straight to equity partnerships. The Putaruru-based...
Page 1 of 131 2 3 13